Articles tagged with: MPA
The third annual MPAs — The Mobile Photo Awards — is accepting submissions now through December 3, 2013. The MPAs are one of the largest and most high-profile brick-and-mortar exhibitions of its kind.
The MPA — the Mobile Photo Awards — have announced details of their latest brick and mortar show and their latest worldwide call for entries. The new iPhoneography and mobile photography exhibit is #4 Seconds and MPA have partnered with Obscura Gallery in Melbourne, Australia for a five-week run.
In or Near Toronto? The Mobile Photography Awards exhibit runs through July 13, 2013 at the Holcim Gallery at the Milton Centre for the Arts.
The 2013 1197 Conference concluded last week at New York’s Soho Gallery For Digital Art, in combination with the opening of the 2013 Mobile Photo Awards Exhibition there. I’ve got my wrap up post here and Daniel Berman of the MPAs has put together a short video with highlights.
The 2013 1197 conference was held at New York’s Soho Gallery of Digital Art. It wrapped up Friday, February 22, with a number of panels on social media and mobile photography, as well as a closing night reception. I was there, along with dozens of other mobile photography notables, iPhoneographers, and Instagrammers from around the globe.
This year, the 1197 Conference is being held at the Soho Gallery for Digital Art in New York City. I’ll be there on Friday, February 22 speaking as part of the panel on “Sailing the Cs of Mobile Photography: Create, Career & Community.”
The Mobile Photo Awards have announced iPhone artist Sarah Jarrett as their Artist of the Year for 2013. More than just iPhoneography, her works invoke the look and feel of many classic art influences. Sarah is truly an outstanding and unique iPhone artist. We’ve got more from The MPAs as well as a gallery from Sarah’s body of work after the jump.
The winners have been announced in all 12 categories of the 2013 Mobile Photo Awards — The MPAs.
The deadline for submissions is approaching for the Second Annual Mobile Photo Awards, also known as The MPAs. Submissions will be accepted for the various categories through tomorrow, Saturday, December 15, 2012.
“The Mobile Photography Awards were designed to celebrate and focus attention on the explosive growth of mobile phone photography and art,” says Berman. “The majority of pictures these days are taken on smartphones and there are many talented people in the world who are dedicating their time to this craft, creating amazing art.
The Mobile Photo Awards have announced that the second annual awards are now open for submissions through December 15, 2012. The world’s largest exhibited open call for entries/competition is also pleased to note that a Grand Prize of $3,000 will be awarded to the MPA Photographer of the Year
If you’re in or near San Francisco tonight, Thursday April 5th, ArtHaus features the world premier of the inaugural Mobile Photo Awards Exhibit.